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Houston Mayor Wants Meeting Between CSN Houston, Cable Providers To End Stalemate
Published April 12, 2013
TALKS BREAK DOWN OUT WEST: In San Diego, Bill Center reported talks between Fox and Time Warner Cable over carriage of Padres games in the city "have broken down." A Fox official said that he "doubted Padres games would be carried on TWC this season." The same source last year correctly predicted TWC "would not carry Padres games" in '12. Center noted three meetings were reportedly held in N.Y. last weekend "after San Diego political leaders tried to pressure the sides to reach an agreement" (UTSANDIEGO.com, 4/11).